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math/p5MathSystems,
Solve simultaneous equation
Branch: CURRENT,
Version: 0.01,
Package name: p5MathSystems0.01,
Maintainer: pkgsrcusersSolves systems of equations using Krammer's rule. If you look at the
Solve method you'll understand Krammer's rule (I think?)
Basically a system of equations is more than one equation/variable your
solving. This module REQUIRES you have 1 equation per each coefficent.
Try not to use too many equations. 3 equations is probably the limit of
reason. But if you don't mind long compilation time, go for as many as
you want.
This module uses (and ovbiously requires you have) Math::Matrix to do
all the Matrix work. Please take a look at that module for details do
you can see exactly what is happening. There are no arguements in this
module except for the Matrix which will be brought to Math::Matrix.
Also, keep in mind, there are no error messenging. I will of course
change that someday, but for now I'm satisfied that I can solve systems
of equations. Don't allow errorprone things to be written in. But,
there are of course times when you won't be able to figure out the
stupid answer and this module will absolutly act like it did a great
job, and at the same time, fail. So, keep that in mind.
BETA means something. It's not good.
Required to run:[
lang/perl5] [
math/p5MathMatrix]
Required to build:[
pkgtools/cwrappers]
Master sites:
SHA1: c98e50b70922e676f37c49c36875c2dc6bb2c5b7
RMD160: 364787bdd11e85bc68c7cdb529169beb2dff69a8
Filesize: 2.764 KB
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 (20180620) Package added to pkgsrc.se, version p5MathSystems0.01 (created)
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20180620 07:05:00 by Makoto Fujiwara  Files touched by this commit (3) 
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math/p5MathSystems: import p5MathSystems0.01
Solves systems of equations using Krammer's rule. If you look at the
Solve method you'll understand Krammer's rule (I think?)
Basically a system of equations is more than one equation/variable your
solving. This module REQUIRES you have 1 equation per each coefficent.
Try not to use too many equations. 3 equations is probably the limit of
reason. But if you don't mind long compilation time, go for as many as
you want.
This module uses (and ovbiously requires you have) Math::Matrix to do
all the Matrix work. Please take a look at that module for details do
you can see exactly what is happening. There are no arguements in this
module except for the Matrix which will be brought to Math::Matrix.
Also, keep in mind, there are no error messenging. I will of course
change that someday, but for now I'm satisfied that I can solve systems
of equations. Don't allow errorprone things to be written in. But,
there are of course times when you won't be able to figure out the
stupid answer and this module will absolutly act like it did a great
job, and at the same time, fail. So, keep that in mind.
BETA means something. It's not good.
